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Dr. Jim Graham
Assistant Professor, Geospatial Science
I love maps and I am very concerned with the decisions we are making in how we interact with the earth. I have combined these interests into using spatial data and software to analyze how we are impacting the earth and to model how our decisions may influence future generations.
I teach introductory to advanced GIS classes including programming and modeling. The introductory classes focus on the ArcGIS software that is popular within the United States but I also inform students of the growing body of GIS software, including my own.
For more information, please see my web site.
- Natural Resources (NR) Building, Rm 217
- (707) 826-3823
B.S. in Computer Science and Math, California State University, Chico, California
Ph.D. in Forestry (GIS), 2006, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado
GSP 118 - Geospatial Programming I
GSP 270 - Introduction to GIS
GSP 370 - Intermediate GIS
GSP 470 - Advanced GIS
GSP 570 - Geospatial Modeling